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On the first Saturday of every July nearly 60 000 people head towards Greyville to experience "July Fever". And it's not all about the horses! It is a fashion and entertainment extravaganza where everybody wants to be seen. This year's Durban July with our Nigerian and Ghanaian guests #mysaexperience #Nigeriameetsouthafrica #Ghanameetsouthafrica
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Mbam Nnamdi
· December 4, 2017
Am interested I from Nigeria l like to travel to south Africa because I need a company to work and even finish my school::::::(+2348034706764)that is my contact line please contact me
Olushola Andy
· December 20, 2017
Good to change environment and look how you are good to yourself and to the people you are living with
Kingsley Okoro
· March 14, 2018
I want to travel to south Africa to study and also learn many other things
Fanen Iorhemba
· December 8, 2017
South Africa is not a better country to travel most especially Nigerians.
Arike Modinat
· December 8, 2017
I like to change my country because no work in. Nigeria
Eddie Gbah
· September 15, 2016
For me going to South Africa will be good, because that country is once of the historical country in Africa..but are pray that one day are will see that country.. Comrade Hector mam
Aishat Lamido
· July 30, 2017
blessing follow me TWINKAS just PAid ME ,Thanks to Mrs Gloria who assisted me ,call her on 09037310441,to upgrade and get your payment today ,febuary Paticipants ,only
Gabriel Bright Adeoti
· April 11, 2017
Could it really be safe with the reign of xenophobia out there? you got me in doubt to rate this!
Anthony Dashing Madu
· September 23, 2015
South Africa is a cool country with a lot of adventures but serious they hate Nigerians.. I advice any Nigerian going their to keep ur eye open wide even when alseeep.
Love Iheanyichukwu
· September 27, 2016
The only thing I would say is : try it. Smell it. Feel it. Enjoy it. Then you will not forget the experience.
I did it.
Love Joseph. Peaceful sky travels and tours Ltd Abuja.
Neverless Gibbs
· November 10, 2016
Thks Donald I always wanted to reside there.. (right) well this will be s true experience glad I'm traveling with others
Dami Bello
· September 22, 2015
It's a shitty country, don't go there... they'll kill you...
Dave Edward Johnson
· December 10, 2016
I will like to visit south Africa is a very nice country
Bola Fasoyi
· November 27, 2016
I like to travel to south Africa, becos it is good to me.
Nakesha Bullock
· November 10, 2016
Never better����love my new life,donald jr highly recommend it
Liz Osho
· February 22, 2017
Love S.A. Affordable, activity packed, amazing experiences
Henry Di Medici
· October 6, 2016
Beautiful country, was it cape Town with my wife . Beautiful country,beautiful people.
Dammy David
· January 15, 2017
South African is my dream 4rm childhood,so I will be their (ASAP)
Love Vincent
· December 1, 2016
Who is your best friend? Beware.
For me, is Christ. The only trusted friend .
Emmanuel Ekpa Eddie
· October 22, 2016
I love it�������
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The Cradle of Humankind region in South Africa, which is approximately 90 minutes' drive from the Johannesburg city centre, offers visitors the opportunity to learn about stones and bones, wine and dine in tranquil surroundings, try out a range of adrenalin-pumping activities, have a beautiful wedding, discover a range of wonderful wildlife and experience culture and craft. Explore Johannesburg when you #Travel2sa

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Cape Point is one of the country's most popular tourist sites, but many people who visit here are unaware of the secrets and fascinating facts that have helped to make this unique rocky promontory what it is today! #Travel2sa

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Happy Women's Day! Here's to strong women. May we know them, may we be them, may we raise them!#Travel2sa #PressforProgress2018

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Today Ghana marks its 61st Independence from British Colonial rule. We celebrate with Ghana! Happy Independence Day

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This month of March, we will be taking you places you can visit and activities you can engage in, in the beautiful Cities of Capetown, Joburg and Durban!. Enjoy the ride!#Travel2sa

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Visit Donkin Lighthouse for Magnificent Views of Port Elizabeth! There are awesome views of the city from the top of Donkin lighthouse, which now serves as a tourist office. #Travel2sa

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Experience a new and improved Kirstenbosch Gardens with the Boomslang Aerial Walkway - Situated on the eastern slopes of Table Mountain, Kirstenbosch Gardens is internationally acclaimed as one of the seven most magnificent botanical gardens in the world. Kirstenbosch's new aerial walkway will offer a fresh perspective over the lush gardens - it's a 128m long, 12m tall walkway which allows visitors to experience the Botanical Gardens from the tree tops of about 450 of South Africa's 1000 indigenous species. #Travel2sa

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Happy Valentine's Day to you and yours! it's the day to make beautiful memories with loved ones! #Travel2sa

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In Port Elizabeth, just a short drive from the city is Kragga Kamma, a haven for free-roaming White Rhino, Buffalo, Cheetah, Giraffe, Zebra, Nyala, Bontebok and Lechwe. It's possible to take a reasonably-priced game drive or do a self-drive. #Travel2sa

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Cover your ears and watch the noon gun fire at midday on Signal Hill – At precisely 12 noon daily, rain or shine a distant booming sound will filter over the city. Newcomers get a bit of a fright on a clear day when the sound cuts like a knife. Rest-assured it is the noon gun, Cape Town’s time signal since 1806. Since 1864 the Noon Gun has been fired from the master clock of the oldest timekeeper in the country, the South African Astronomical Observatory. FYI: One day in June 1895 the gun fired an hour and a half too early when a spider interfered with the relay used to remotely fire the gun!

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Swim at Silvermine – The honey-hued water in the reservoir is a much warmer swim than you’ll find in the ocean with the added plus of no shark companions! The reservoir is not used to supply water so can be enjoyed by swimmers with their dogs. There are also many hikes in the reserve including a very popular one to Elephant’s Eye.

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We pay our respects to the father of South African Jazz, Hugh Masekela, who died this morning at the age of 78. He used his timeless music with his trumpet to uplift our nation. His legacy will never be forgotten. #RIPBraHughMasekela

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Face your fears of Vertigo and go kloofing – This high-risk, high-reward adrenaline booster isn’t exactly in Cape Town central. An hour’s drive to Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve finds you and a group of like-minded fearless individuals on a kloofing adventure. Jump down a selection of ravines into refreshing cold water, just remember the only way out is forward.
It is compulsory to take someone along who’s been before, otherwise book a guide for the adventure of a lifetime.

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You will never experience the true meaning of life until you travel and experience how others living theirs. #travel2sa

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Still the most enjoyable way to see the Mother City, the red buses are a friendly reminder of how many visitors flock to Cape Town. It’s totally worth your while seeing the city from the roof of a shiny double decker bus. Choose the route that best suits you and hop on!

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